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Exhibition on Rudolf Nureyev Opened in Moscow
4.03.2013 08:38
Exhibition on Rudolf Nureyev Opened in Moscow
Rudolf Nureyev

A.A. Bakhrushin Theatre Museum in Moscow is holding an exhibition dedicated to the great ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev.

      The exposition is timed to the 75th anniversary since the performer’s birth and to the 20th anniversary since his death.

      Performances of Rudolf Nureyev generated a real mania among his fans, while lots of his acts bewildered and enraptured at the same time, ITAR-TASS points out.

      For greater expressiveness he often took the stage wearing only body stockings. Critics quite often blamed him for excessive nakedness and epatage.

      "Movement is a part of me, I am a part of movement", – Rudolf Nureyev mentioned in his Autobiography.

      The exhibition traces the story of life and skill of the dancer. Further on the exposition will visit Petersburg, Ufa and Kazan.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Rudolf Nureyev Exhibitions in Moscow Russian Ballet   

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